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  • Good Vibrations

    Good Vibrations


    Date added: 2015-07-06


    Under the right conditions, atoms vibrating naturally within carbon nanotubes can speed water through its narrow passages up to 300% faster. This could make water purification more efficient. Simulations were made possible by the enormous power provided by IBM's World Community Grid, a virtual, globally crowdsourced supercomputer. (Credit: World Community Grid)

     

     



  • Internet of Things Technology Turning New York's Lake George into “World’s Smartest Lake”

    Internet of Things Technology Turning New York's Lake George into “World’s Smartest Lake”


    Date added: 2015-06-26


    IBM Research scientists Mike Kelly (left) and Harry Kolar (right) deploy an array of sensors that capture data which will be analyzed to help manage and protect New York's Lake George. Their efforts are in support of The Jefferson Project at Lake George, a three year research initiative to deploy Internet of Things technology to create the "world's smartest lake." (Credit: Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



  • Internet of Things Technology Turning New York's Lake George into “World’s Smartest Lake”

    Internet of Things Technology Turning New York's Lake George into “World’s Smartest Lake”


    Date added: 2015-06-26


    Jefferson Project Director Rick Relyea (left) and IBM Research Distinguished Engineer Harry Kolar (right) examine a visualization of Lake George, as part of The Jefferson Project at Lake George, a three year effort to deploy Internet of Things technology to create the "world's smartest lake." (Credit: Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     





  • 2015 IBM Fellows John Smith and Donna Dillenberger

    2015 IBM Fellows John Smith and Donna Dillenberger


    Date added: 2015-04-15


    At IBM's corporate headquarters in Armonk, New York, IBMers John Smith and Donna Eng Dillenberger, who work in the company's research unit, demonstrate how data can make city transportation more efficient. The two researchers are part of a group of 10 IBM experts who have been awarded the distinction of IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical honor. Collectively, the 10 new IBM Fellows have filed for 441 patents, of which 289 have been granted.(Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM) 

     

     


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